Category Archives: Neuroscience of Leadership

Leading projects with the brain in mind: Why You Are Not Your Brain with Dr. Jeffrey Schwartz

Dr. Jeffrey M. Schwartz, M.D. shares insights from his latest book “You Are Not Your Brain” on how to understand, identify, and free ourselves from deceptive brain messages. When we are faced with the constant stress of the day to day challenges of our projects, we can get overwhelmed and easily slip into self-doubt, indecision,…

Leading projects with the brain in mind: The Emotional Brain

We like to think that our decisions are based on logic and rational thinking but my guest today says that “everything we do is rooted in emotion”. Latest Neuroscience research is showing that our emotional brain plays a very important role in determining our thoughts and behaviors. It is also important that we understand how…

Leading projects with the brain in mind: the Neuroscience of Effective Change Management

Change is pain. Responses to change can range from frustration, anxiety, to fear and anywhere in between. Understanding how the brain responds to change and how to create the right conditions for a more productive response to change enables us to be more effective as project managers and change leaders. Continuing this series on leading…

Leading Projects with the Brain in Mind – 7 Habits of Highly Effective Brains

Jonathan Jordan reveals the “7 Habits of Highly Effective Brains”, based on his recent presentation to the United States Senate staff. Joining me today is Jonathan Jordan who shares insights from his presentation on the 7 Habits of Highly Effective Brains that he gave to the United States Senate staff earlier this year. Jonathan says…

Leading Projects with the Brain in Mind – The Neuroscience of Leadership with Dr. David Rock

Dr. David Rock on the neuroscience of leadership and the SCARF Model: a brain-based framework for increasing effectiveness in collaborating with and influencing others. Brought to you by: PMTeleseminars.com I have been following the work of Dr. David Rock for quite some time now. For many years, he has been exploring the field of neuroscience…

Category Archives: Neuroscience of Leadership

Leading projects with the brain in mind: Why You Are Not Your Brain with Dr. Jeffrey Schwartz

Dr. Jeffrey M. Schwartz, M.D. shares insights from his latest book “You Are Not Your Brain” on how to understand, identify, and free ourselves from deceptive brain messages. When we are faced with the constant stress of the day to day challenges of our projects, we can get overwhelmed and easily slip into self-doubt, indecision,…

Leading projects with the brain in mind: The Emotional Brain

We like to think that our decisions are based on logic and rational thinking but my guest today says that “everything we do is rooted in emotion”. Latest Neuroscience research is showing that our emotional brain plays a very important role in determining our thoughts and behaviors. It is also important that we understand how…

Leading projects with the brain in mind: the Neuroscience of Effective Change Management

Change is pain. Responses to change can range from frustration, anxiety, to fear and anywhere in between. Understanding how the brain responds to change and how to create the right conditions for a more productive response to change enables us to be more effective as project managers and change leaders. Continuing this series on leading…

Leading Projects with the Brain in Mind – 7 Habits of Highly Effective Brains

Jonathan Jordan reveals the “7 Habits of Highly Effective Brains”, based on his recent presentation to the United States Senate staff. Joining me today is Jonathan Jordan who shares insights from his presentation on the 7 Habits of Highly Effective Brains that he gave to the United States Senate staff earlier this year. Jonathan says…

Leading Projects with the Brain in Mind – The Neuroscience of Leadership with Dr. David Rock

Dr. David Rock on the neuroscience of leadership and the SCARF Model: a brain-based framework for increasing effectiveness in collaborating with and influencing others. Brought to you by: PMTeleseminars.com I have been following the work of Dr. David Rock for quite some time now. For many years, he has been exploring the field of neuroscience…

Category Archives: Neuroscience of Leadership

Leading projects with the brain in mind: Why You Are Not Your Brain with Dr. Jeffrey Schwartz

Dr. Jeffrey M. Schwartz, M.D. shares insights from his latest book “You Are Not Your Brain” on how to understand, identify, and free ourselves from deceptive brain messages. When we are faced with the constant stress of the day to day challenges of our projects, we can get overwhelmed and easily slip into self-doubt, indecision,…

Leading projects with the brain in mind: The Emotional Brain

We like to think that our decisions are based on logic and rational thinking but my guest today says that “everything we do is rooted in emotion”. Latest Neuroscience research is showing that our emotional brain plays a very important role in determining our thoughts and behaviors. It is also important that we understand how…

Leading projects with the brain in mind: the Neuroscience of Effective Change Management

Change is pain. Responses to change can range from frustration, anxiety, to fear and anywhere in between. Understanding how the brain responds to change and how to create the right conditions for a more productive response to change enables us to be more effective as project managers and change leaders. Continuing this series on leading…

Leading Projects with the Brain in Mind – 7 Habits of Highly Effective Brains

Jonathan Jordan reveals the “7 Habits of Highly Effective Brains”, based on his recent presentation to the United States Senate staff. Joining me today is Jonathan Jordan who shares insights from his presentation on the 7 Habits of Highly Effective Brains that he gave to the United States Senate staff earlier this year. Jonathan says…

Leading Projects with the Brain in Mind – The Neuroscience of Leadership with Dr. David Rock

Dr. David Rock on the neuroscience of leadership and the SCARF Model: a brain-based framework for increasing effectiveness in collaborating with and influencing others. Brought to you by: PMTeleseminars.com I have been following the work of Dr. David Rock for quite some time now. For many years, he has been exploring the field of neuroscience…